Roane State Community College is a multi-campus institution and has designated the Dean of Students as well as the satellite campus directors, as authorized officials to approve bulletin board use on these campuses according to TBR policy 01:03:02:50.
Roane State procedures for campus bulletin board use at all locations follow:
College regulations require that all notices, posters, advertisements, announcements and other bulletin board information be approved by the office of the Dean of Students and campus directors at the Oak Ridge, Campbell, Cumberland, Fentress, Loudon, Scott, Morgan, and Knox County Centers. Approval may be obtained during normal working hours.
Students, faculty, and staff should personally remove all notices of events if posted material becomes obsolete prior to the 14-day expiration date. Notices of obsolete events as well as unauthorized material posted on bulletin boards will be subject to removal.
To maintain clean and uncluttered bulletin boards, all notices and announcements must be typed or neatly hand printed. Materials should be posted only on bulletin boards, not walls or window space, with the exception of private offices. Exceptions for notices about special campus events may be made by one of the above named campus officials.
In general, no solicitations of any form may be posted on campus bulletin boards. Any exceptions must have prior approval from the Dean of Students or one of the other authorized officials noted above. Any outside employers seeking to post jobs should receive prior approval by the Placement Office.
Use of a campus bulletin board may be denied if the material is obscene or otherwise violates any federal or state law or regulation of the Tennessee Board of Regents or the college. Decisions made by the Dean of Students, or the other designated college officials authorized to approve use of campus bulletin boards, may be appealed in writing to the president of the college.
Note: TBR policy 3:02:02:00 was replaced by 1:03:02:50 on 11/22/2011.
Roane State Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, ethnicity or national origin, sex, disability, age, status as protected veteran or any other class protected by Federal or State laws and regulation and by Tennessee board of Regents policies with respect to employment, programs, and activities. View full non-discrimination policy.